Democracy Now! Friday, July 25, 2003
Producer Democracy Now!Audio/Visual sound, color
9/11: More Damning Indictment of FBI & CIA Than Expected
Pentagon Warns Against Liberia Intervention
Military Officers Protested Against Releasing Hussein Sons Photos
DeLay Heads to Middle East to Oppose Palestinian State
California Prepares for an Oct. 7 Gov Recall Vote
House OKs Chile, Singapore Free Trade Pacts
9/11 Report: "Incontrovertible Evidence" that Saudi Gov't Supported Hijackers; CIA and FBI Face Scathing Critique
Report findings include: FBI informant housed two of the hijackers; no link existed between Iraq and Al Qaeda; possible Saudi agent directly helped two hijackes; U.S. knew Al Qaeda was considering flying planes into buildings. We speak to former CIA analyst Melvin Goodman, reporter Robert Fisk and Stephen Push whose wife died on Sept. 11.
Ex-CIA Agent on Cheney Iraq Speech: "Longest Statement of Disinformation" Ever Fed U.S. Public
Vice President Dick Cheney yesterday attempted to restate the administration’s case for war at a speech at the conservative think tank the American Enterprise Institute.
Robert Fisk: "The Publication of the Uday and Qusay Photographs will Prove to be Either a Stroke of Genius or a Historic Mistake of Catastrophic Consequences"
As the U.S. releases the bloody and grisly photos of two men identified as the sons of Saddam Hussein we go to Baghdad to hear from London Independent reporter Robert Fisk about the reaction in Iraq.
Monsanto Sues Milk Producer For Advertising It Sells Hormone-Free Milk
Monsanto claims the advertisements give the public the impression artificial growth hormones are not safe. But there have long been concerns of the effect on the hormones on both the cows and humans.